Emerging Economies and Firms in the Global Crisis by Marin Marinov, Svetla Marinova

By Marin Marinov, Svetla Marinova

Made out of chapters that discover the impression of the worldwide obstacle on rising economies and companies and their reaction to it. The ways that the prime rising economies of Brazil, Russia, India and China are facing the demanding situations of the problem are complemented through the equipment utilized via nations and corporations in vital and japanese Europe.

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However, emerging markets are not homogenous: in addition to the rise in OFDI from emerging markets, the formation of new regional groupings has led to the emergence of fresh investment patterns. This chapter examines changes taking place in global FDI flows and looks at the impact of the crisis in the context of profound structural changes; it also focuses on the response of emerging markets and the enormous risks and challenges that lie ahead. It is vital to note that this crisis is ongoing, and it is too early to predict the final contours it will leave in its wake on the FDI landscape.

The risks associated with this are seen in the OFDI from Brazil, which is expected to decline or become negative in 2011, the result of higher than usual levels of intra-company loan repayment (UNCTAD, 2011: 60). There are a number of possible explanations for this: Weaker performance in the home market may have reduced profitability, or access to capital may have become more limited; but the fact that foreign affiliates are shoring up their parent companies further underlines the importance of OFDI.

Sauvant 33 domestic firms. This framework should enhance their competitiveness, enable them to compete effectively in the global arena and, ultimately, secure the benefits of OFDI for their home countries. Certainly, the substantial rise in outward investment from emerging markets is a relatively new phenomenon, and national policy is not written or rewritten overnight. On the one hand, if emerging market firms are disadvantaged by a continued lack of supportive policies, and thus are hampered in their competition on the world market, they may, in extreme cases, shift their base to another country in order to stay competitive.

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